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With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm

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With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm


Published 1926


Wolseley Charles, acc.


1 - With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm
[MusicBrainz (recording)]

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Pick oop Tha Musket

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Reviewer: Finzicat - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 31, 2011
Subject: Memories
Happy memories - as a child I used to listen to an old 78 of this on the wind up gramophone in the attic - but then it got broken - we tried to fix it by glueing it onto another record, but the needle would get stuck at the cracks - so it went "With her hhhh (move the needle) head stuck underneath her armarmarm..." - it's good to hear the original again!
Reviewer: Shadows_Girl - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 14, 2010
Subject: Stanley Holloway
Well, outside of the UK there is no doubt what he's BEST known for. That's his portrayal of Alfred P. Doolittle in the 1964 musical adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's PYGMALION.

An obscure film entitled, I believe, MY FAIR LADY.
Reviewer: barefootorbust - - November 14, 2009
Subject: The information is incorrect
This song was written by R.P. Weston and Bert Lee and recorded in 1934 by Stanley Holloway.
Reviewer: Simon Strong - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 29, 2005
Subject: Topnotch
Stanleee Holloway in da house - boyeeee! 110% Fabtastic North English (actually he was from London and takin the piss but nevermind) inter-war comedy inna spoken word stylee. WHHTUHA is one of his better known but not his greatest work. Holloway did a few Tower of London routines - the Beefeater is pretty good too. Notable for its liberal use of the B-word which was pushing the envelope back then.
Reviewer: Simon Strong - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 29, 2005
Subject: Topnotch
Stanleee Holloway in da house - boyeeee! 110% Fabtastic North English (actually he was from London and takin the piss but nevermind) inter-war comedy inna spoken word stylee. WHHTUHA is one of his better known but not his greatest work. Holloway did a few Tower of London routines - the Beefeater is pretty good too. Notable for its liberal use of the B-word which was pushing the envelope back then.
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